Tufts Entrepreneurs Tackle Tough Questions - Food & Beverage

Featuring Jordan Kivelstadt (A04), Chloe Epstein (J96), Matt Leeds (A05), and Wendy Behr (N16)

Location: Zoom Webinar

Date: June 30, 2020

Time: 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm

Sponsor: Tufts Entrepreneurial Alumni Network and Tufts Entrepreneurship Center

Cost: Free, but please RSVP

Tufts Entrepreneurial Alumni Network (TEAN) in collaboration with the Tufts Entrepreneurship Center (TEC) is pleased to bring you the fourth event in its series of monitor-side chats.  On Tuesday, June 30 at 6:30 pm EST we will be taking a bite into how COVID-19 has affected the food and beverage industry.

In the time before COVID-19, food was how we connected with people.  We gathered  around a table with our families and friends and relished in the warmth of being together with a good meal, cooked by someone else.  We centered our business development efforts around cocktails and power lunches.  COVID-19 has disrupted that normal.  

Interested in how food and beverage businesses are adapting and what they think lies ahead for anyone looking to dine out?   Please join us on Tuesday, June 30 at 6:30pm EST as Tufts alumni Jordan Kivelstadt (A04), the co-founder of Free Flow Wines and Owner of Kivelstadt Cellars, sits down for what is sure to be a fascinating conversation with panelists including Chloe Epstein (J96), the co-founder of Chloe's FruitWendy Behr (N16) a Board Member on Tufts Nutrition Council, an entrepreneurial advisor, and skilled consultant; and Matt Leeds (A05), a partner at L Catterton who oversees the firm's food and beverage investment practice.